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wave_cuber

Member
Joined
Aug 3, 2022
Messages
1
Location
Germany
Hello everyone,

thank you so much. I'm so glad to be here!
I am cubing for many years.. not in a continuous matter but I solved my first cube like 15 years ago. Back then I really had to wrap my head around it, even with a guide next to me (yeah those times without quickly searching for a YouTube tutorial video :D).
In all those years I got faster and started with the Fridrich Method. I learned more algorithms, got faster and it was so much fun.
Now I average around 27 seconds.

Because solving only the 3x3, I also moved to other puzzles in the past. So I really like Square-1, Megaminx, Skewb and all the big cubes (up to 11x11, which I own) so I always have something new to learn and to challenge myself. You may have noticed, that I didn't mention my times on those cubes. That's because I can basically solve them, but not as fast as I would call it speedsolving :D

Over time I lost some motivation, had some breaks and always had to start over. That's why I registered an account here and want to get competitive!

I'm really excited and looking forward to talking to you and exchange some stories with each other.

I'm going to practice some more ;) See ya
wave_cuber
 
Joined
Feb 16, 2021
Messages
522
Location
NorCal
WCA
2021BRAN02
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Hello everyone,

thank you so much. I'm so glad to be here!
I am cubing for many years.. not in a continuous matter but I solved my first cube like 15 years ago. Back then I really had to wrap my head around it, even with a guide next to me (yeah those times without quickly searching for a YouTube tutorial video :D).
In all those years I got faster and started with the Fridrich Method. I learned more algorithms, got faster and it was so much fun.
Now I average around 27 seconds.

Because solving only the 3x3, I also moved to other puzzles in the past. So I really like Square-1, Megaminx, Skewb and all the big cubes (up to 11x11, which I own) so I always have something new to learn and to challenge myself. You may have noticed, that I didn't mention my times on those cubes. That's because I can basically solve them, but not as fast as I would call it speedsolving :D

Over time I lost some motivation, had some breaks and always had to start over. That's why I registered an account here and want to get competitive!

I'm really excited and looking forward to talking to you and exchange some stories with each other.

I'm going to practice some more ;) See ya
wave_cuber
Welcome, hope you have fun!
 
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